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Report: Pay-TV continuing slower growth

Report: Pay-TV continuing slower growth

The latest issue of the informitv Multiscreen Index of 100 leading pay-TV service providers worldwide shows a total quarterly increase of 3.45 million subscribers, up by 0.80 per cent over…

Analyst: European cable €22.4bn business

The cable industry in the European Union has continued to grow amidst increasing competition from traditional and Over-The-Top (OTT) players, according to a report from critical information, analytics and solutions…

Rogers, Comcast partner for next-gen IPTV

In a move that sees it abandon its in-house IPTV product development, Canadian communications and media company Rogers Communications has agreed a long-term strategic partnership with US cable MSO Comcast…

CJ Hellovision deploys Alticast’s CAS

Alticast has announced that CJ Hellovision, the largest cable operator in the Korean market, has completed the largest seamless overhaul of a content security system using Alticast’s AltiProtect download and…

Over 75% of UK/US watch online video weekly

Limelight Networks has published its semi-annual State of Online Video report. The report, the fourth of its kind, takes a look at UK and US consumer attitudes and preferences in…

PwC: US cord-cutting slowing

Cord-cutting in the US is less than forecast and fewer users see themselves dropping pay-TV in the future, according to a survey by PwC in the US. Entitled Videoquake 4.0:…

SNL Kagan: STB market remains robust

According to media analysis firm SNL Kagan, the global set-top box market remains robust. Worldwide STB shipments are on track to reach 273 million in 2016, up slightly from 269…

Altice mulls US IPO

Multinational cable, fibre, telecommunications, contents and media company Altice has confirmed that it is exploring the possibility of an initial public offering (IPO) of a minority interest in its US…

Report: Pay-TV continuing slower growth

The latest issue of the informitv Multiscreen Index of 100 leading pay television service providers worldwide shows a total quarterly increase of 3.45 million subscribers, up by 0.80 per cent…

Triple cord-cutting bites for US service providers

Triple cord-cutting bites for US service providers

Ovum has released its Q3 2016 subscriber growth figures for fixed voice, fixed broadband, and pay TV for the US, as captured in Ovum’s World Broadband Information Service (WBIS). Ovum…